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oldtimer

Ah, that would be correct.  I remember that name now. 

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doushantuo

any minute now Fruitbat might point to the PLOS article in his library on Fruitadens

Denver Fowler revised Raptorex(prolly PLOS,and thusforth* in Fruitbat's Library

*a neologism never hurt anybody

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oldtimer

Nice specimen above.  I love seeing one in this state as they are being prepped and revealing what is hidden in the matrix.

I love Fridays.

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Tidgy's Dad

Incredible! 

Thanks for keeping this going. 

What an amazing world it is and was. :D

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HamptonsDoc

Great stuff!  Thanks for sharing!

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oldtimer

Incredible fossils shown today.  I love Fridays.

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-Andy-

Stop it man. My floor is wet enough with drool.

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Bobby Rico

I am stating to look forward to fossil Fridays . Thanks for posting and some very impressive uk fossils in the mix . Nice illustration work on the chicken form hell .

 

cheers Bobby

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Troodon

Thanks for the replies and @Haravex for your photos.  Still a lot of good stuff available so plan on marching on to next Friday.

 

@Bobby Rico. Trying to hit all parts of the world and the UK has some beautiful specimens to offer other than the weathered ones you see for sale:D

 

@-Andy- buy a drool bucket

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JohnBrewer

I love Fridays!

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sixgill pete
18 hours ago, Troodon said:

 

@-Andy- buy a drool bucket

 @-Andy- will you pick me one up while your there!!

 

Awesome Frank. Keep these coming. 

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doushantuo

Ya gotta love that Lystrosaurus cranium.

Good collection of photographs,and a thoroughly enjoyable post.

KUDO'S!:dinothumb::trex:

edit:and that's one nice looking Orobates

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Troodon
9 minutes ago, doushantuo said:

Ya gotta love that Lystrosaurus cranium

Thanks and my favorite 

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oldtimer

I love Fridays.  Being from Oklahoma I would have to say my favorite today is the Acrocanthrosaur’s skull.

Super nice photos.  Thanks for posting.

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Bobby Rico

Fossil Friday delivered again with some incredible fossils for our viewing. I really like the photo of the Tyrannous Daspetosaurus and the man who is showing the incredible scale of the creature. The Royal Belgian institute of Natural Sciences is an fantastic museum and one of my favourites. I think they have about 30 Iguanodons which is pretty special. 

 

Thanks @Troodon for the post

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Haravex

Yutyrannus Huali

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Compsognathius Longipies 

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Chasmosaurus skin impression

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oldtimer

Those are again some really nice fossils posted so far today.

Thanks for posting.  Really makes me drool and wish I had such wonderful specimens.

Can't wait to see what else is posted today.  :popcorn::popcorn:

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Tate Museum

And now it tells me I am only allowed to upload 3.95mb, so I can't finish the tale.  : (

 

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